Long story short, like all of the servers in our domain, our opmanager server has a 2 hour desktop session limit imposed by our security team. All sessions are logged off after two hours. The issue we are facing is that when we perform opmanager updates, the updates take a backup whether you say "yes I have already made a backup" in the GUI and this backup and zip of the backup files takes so long that the user perforning the upgrade are logged off before it can complete.
Since our systems are in AWS, we simply perform a snapshot of the underlying volumes before the update, so a backup of the database and files to the local OS is not necessary. We are hoping that there is a way to bypass the backup in the GUI or from the updatemanager.bat file.
Please do not reply with suggestions that we remove the session timer, this process shouldn't take 2+ hours anyway and that downtime is unacceptable,